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Wifi won't assign new IP addresses! I've reset routers and

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Hello! My wifi will be connectable, but it will not have access to the internet. I have two routers. One of them works almost all of the time and connects. One works almost never. I've reset both and do not want to connect my devices to static IP's. I have a large number of people that are trying to connect to this second router and almost never can (especially when they are all using it at once.) I am using dynamic IP's. How do I fix this for good? 

Edited by hilariousdave, 20 May 2017 - 07:44 PM.

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Hello, and Welcome to Geeks to Go! :)

To be able to assist I'm going to need some more information, like how you connected everything.

And maybe you can take some pictures of how the cables are connected to said routers.

And last but not least, can you take a screenshot of the wireless and DHCP settings of both routers?

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